Boeing Hit By New Design Flaw In Its 737 MAX Aircraft

by GoNews Desk 2 weeks ago Views 567
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Boeing’s crisis around the 737 MAX just got worse. Under fire for the death of 346 people in two crashes due to a design flaw, a new wiring issue has emerged in the same plane. The 737 MAX has been grounded since March last year, leaving Boeing with a loss of $9 billion and upsetting the operations of airlines and suppliers, including in India.

According to reports, the new potentially catastrophic flaw relates to two bundles of wiring which could trigger a short circuit and under certain conditions cause the 737 MAX to crash.

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The US aviation watchdog, the Federal Aviation Administration, stated that the agency and Boeing "are analysing certain findings from a recent review of the proposed modifications to the Boeing 737 MAX.